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Here's some advice from our founder Arun Jagannathan on selecting the right GMAT coaching course:
I have not been active on Gmatclub - something I hope to change soon
I just wanted to let you know that I am active on Pagalguy and here are some reviews from my students:http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/gmat-and- ... alore.html
Please note that these are not people with 1 posts (essentially ids formed 1 day before the post) nor are they hearsay (I heard is good kinds).
Having said that remember a few things before choosing any GMAT Prep course:
1) Make sure you attend atleast 1 demo class. It is not a question of money alone but your precious time. You don't want to end up spending weeks in a coaching which is not adding value. The faculty should have taken GMAT and should speak sense (which you can figure out after a 3-4 hour class).
2) Ensure that the reasons for joining a GMAT prep course are right. IMO there are 3 reasons for anyone to do it (a) teach you stuff you cannot learn from a book (b) ensure you are on the straight and narrow (c) support you right till the day of your test. If even one of these are not met then its not worth your time.
3) Talk to other students while you are taking the demo class (assuming this is a live course and others have paid up). Sometimes talking to them can give you a good perspective of what to expect. And what not to
That is my $0.02 about it!
Currently, we have weekend batches running at Infantry Road and Koramangala and you can join almost every any Saturday. You can attend a class for free, and if you like it, sign up for the course. You can register for a free class here:
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